's-Hertogenbosch

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's-Hertogenbosch (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌsɛrtoːɣə(n)ˈbɔs]  ( listen), literally "The Duke's Forest") — translated in French as Bois-le-Duc, in German as Herzogenbusch, in Spanish as Bolduque, in Italian as Boscoducale and in Latin Silva Ducis — is a municipality in the Netherlands, and also the capital of the province of North Brabant. It is located in the southern Netherlands, some 80 km south of Amsterdam (map).

The Dutch colloquially seldom say 's-Hertogenbosch but rather Den Bosch [dɛmˈbɔs]  ( listen), which is traditional Dutch for "The Forest".

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Population centres

Bokhoven, Crevecoeur, Deuteren (former village), Dieskant, Empel, Engelen, Gewande, 's-Hertogenbosch, Hintham, Kruisstraat, Maliskamp, Meerwijk, Orthen (former village), Oud-Empel and Rosmalen.

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